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Current PGY2 Pharmacy Solid Organ Transplant Resident

Deep Majmundar
PGY-2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident

  • Site: Temple University Hospital
  • Area of Interest: Prevention and treatment of transplant-related infectious complications, immunology, and chronic kidney/liver failure management
  • Education: Temple University School of Pharmacy (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Research Project: Incidence of de novo donor specific antibodies after early steroid withdrawal in kidney transplant recipients
  • DUE Project: Letermovir
  • Hobbies: Hiking, traveling, and trying new restaurants
  • Why Temple: I chose to continue my training at TUH because the SOT program provides a wide selection of both core and elective rotations, which I can tailor to my specific interests. Being nation’s leading program in lung transplantation, TUH provides opportunity to care for a diverse transplant patient population across two campuses. Lastly, I chose TUH because it has a passionate group of transplant specialists who are able to adjust their teaching style to the individual resident. I knew in this supportive and friendly environment I would be able to challenge myself and expand my clinical skills to set myself up to success.

Previous PGY2 Pharmacy Solid Organ Transplant Residents


Ishani Shah, PharmD
Post-Residency Employment: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Educator, Lung Transplant, Temple University Hospital


Jason Choe, PharmD
Post-Residency Employment: Solid Organ Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, New York Presbyterian Hospital